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Skills Drills: El Presidente Drill BC Firearms Academy

Skills Drills: El Presidente Drill BC Firearms Academy

Skills Drills: El Presidente Drill BC Firearms Academy by Dave Spaulding http://www.handgunsmag.com/tactics-training/skills-drills-el-presidente-drill/#ixzz46P2uxtdL Drill: Three targets with a realistic high-chest region (such as an IPSC or IDPA) target set one yard apart, 10 yards from the shooter. Shooter faces away from the target with hands in a surrender position. On the beep of an electronic timer, […]

Shooting Range Tips for Beginners & Firearms Safety Rules

Shooting Range Tips for Beginners & Firearms Safety Rules

Shooting Range Tips for Beginners  – Learn the basic principles of safe gun handling. Many of Range, visitors are first-timers, for whom the activity is just a recreational activity.  With that in mind,  learning safe gun handling and the four basic principles of firearms safety: Treat the firearm as if its always loaded. Keep your finger off the trigger […]

Top 5 Most Fun Guns

Top 5 Most Fun Guns

The stumbling block is that it will take several years before there are enough sensors in homes, businesses and vehicles to make it worth the trouble to strap on a smartwatch. “For watches to become more popular and more mainstream, they have to deliver a number of capabilities to be relevant,” said Andy Griffiths, head of Samsung’s U.K. and Ireland division. “Our expected timeline is out to 2020.”

Do’s and Don’ts of Dry Fire Training

Do’s and Don’ts of Dry Fire Training

With many educators pushing for students to use resources on the Internet with class work, the federal government is now grappling with a stark disparity in access to technology, between students who have high-speed Internet at home and an estimated five million families who are without it and who are struggling to keep up.

THE AR-15 IN CANADA – Daniel Fritter – June 13, 2016

In this day and age, anyone can make a short film. But, if making a short film is something you really want to do, putting time in now will make all the difference later. The story is at the heart of this competition. If you have an idea of a story you’d like to tell, then you have all the credentials needed to become our competition winner.

The Four (Actually Five) Questions Every Long Range Rifle Instructor Gets Asked Eventually by John Simpson

The school system tapped borrowed money to make a $634 million, state-mandated fiscal 2015 payment to the Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund by a June 30 deadline. It also announced $200 million in spending cuts last month that include the elimination of 1,400 jobs.
Talks with the retirement fund over giving the district a $500 million break on its fiscal 2016 pension payment ended without a deal.